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Project Summary

The Openlibraries are a powerful, cross-platform set of C++ libraries that provide developers with key components for the development of rich media applications. The Openlibraries are the first of its kind and represent a crucial step forward in the development of open source tools for creating digital content. Its library modules can be used to develop applications for such things as editing, compositing, media players, encoders and image processing.

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30 Day Summary

Jan 10 2020 — Feb 9 2020

12 Month Summary

Feb 9 2019 — Feb 9 2020